Los Angeles International Airport

Multiple Projects and Programs

Los Angeles, CA

In preparation for the upcoming XXXIV Olympic Games in 2028, Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) has undertaken a multi-million-dollar capital program to improve access, expand and enhance capacity at terminal facilities, and create a world-class passenger experience at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Faith Group has been providing security and technology consulting in support of their vision for more than 10 years under direct contract to the airport, as well as on contracts directly with several airlines responsible for LAX terminal improvements and modernizations. Notable programs include systems design for the Terminal 4/Terminal 5 Redevelopment, IT PMO contract project management and technical subject matter expertise, conducting a Safety Summit, and serving as the Innovation & Technology Discipline Lead for the Principal Architect/Engineer contract. Under the IT PMO and the Principal A/E contracts, the firm has worked on initiatives for data center storage, video analytics, cybersecurity risk assessment, digital signage standards, perimeter vehicle gate design, Airport Response Coordination Center assessment, CCTV storage management, credentialing systems business process development, the Landside Access Modernization Program (LAMP), wayfinding enhancements, passenger experience study, Concourse O & Terminal 9 program validation, and a baggage optimization program.

Under a direct contract with Delta Air Lines, the firm also provided IT project management to help orchestrate one of the largest airline moves in aviation history at LAX in Terminals 2 and 3, to include 26+ miles of fiber optic cables, 400 miles of copper wire, 100 communication systems, and 3,000+ devices that were all coordinated, tracked, moved and re-initiated.

The firm is currently working on deployment of an enterprise Digital Content Management System (DCMS). Planning work started during the Gate Renumbering planning which included stakeholder engagement on needs. LAWA currently does not have a robust, airport-wide DCMS to push the vast amount of required data to LAWA-owned digital displays and related stakeholder displays. The goal of this project is to plan, design, procure, and oversee installation of a fully functional DCMS to initially support the new displays coming online in the 4th quarter of 2024 as part of the LAMP program. The new DCMS will become a critical system as the airport migrates toward an integrated audiovisual (AV) platform.


“We consider Faith Group a trusted IT partner and advisor, and they consistently have provided LAWA with high quality advice, services and deliverables. They engage with us proactively to understand our business needs and challenges, offer advice and solutions to help meet them, and consistently bring in the right expertise and experience to do so. They are more concerned about adding value to our organization than in billing hours.”Justin Erbacci, Deputy Executive Director – Chief Innovation and Commercial Officer – Los Angeles World Airports


“Once again, without Faith Group’s support we would not have been able to pull off the Delta Air Lines Terminal transition at LAX.” – Sudhir Patel, IT Program Manager – Delta T2/T3 Modernization Program